Data from: Survival of adult Steller sea lions in Alaska: senescence, annual variation and covariation with male reproductive success

Kelly K. Hastings, Lauri Jemison, Grey Pendleton, Lauri A. Jemison & Grey W. Pendleton
Population dynamics of long-lived vertebrates depend critically on adult survival, yet factors affecting survival and covariation between survival and other vital rates in adults remain poorly examined for many taxonomic groups of long-lived mammals (e.g. actuarial senescence has been examined for only 9 of 34 extant pinniped species using longitudinal data). We used mark-recapture models and data from 2,795 Steller sea lion (Eumetopias jubatus) pups individually-marked at 4 of 5 rookeries in southeastern Alaska (SEAK)...
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